Marcum & Kliegman LLP merges with forensic accounting firm

Marcum & Kliegman LLP, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, has announced its merger with RosenfarbWinters LLC, the largest forensic accounting firm in the New York metropolitan area. As a result of the merger, RosenfarbWinters is changing its name to M&K Rosenfarb LLC (MKR). In spite of an overall downturn in the economy and unfavorable job numbers, the accounting industry is still growing. "There is absolutely no shortage of available positions at M&K," states Marcum & Kliegman's Managing Partner Jeffrey M. Weiner. "With offices in New York City, on Long Island, and now in New Jersey, Marcum & Kliegman looks to grow from approximately 500 employees to more than 1,000 within the next 3 years."

This merger fits into the strategic growth plans for both Marcum & Kliegman and RosenfarbWinters. Marcum & Kliegman is increasing its New York City presence and establishing its reach into New Jersey, both of which are extraordinary markets for the financial-services industry. In addition to its headquarters in New York City, M&K Rosenfarb has offices in Tinton Falls and Roseland, New Jersey. All of M&K's and MKR's clients will benefit as both firms are augmenting their technical expertise in tax, audit, litigation support, and investment services.

MKR has unique expertise in forensic accounting and its dealings in the ever-evolving area of business consulting attract the firm's diverse clientele including attorneys, business owners, manufacturers, municipal governments, and individuals who rely on its expertise in creating value. The Firm specializes in business consulting, valuation, litigation, as well as dispute consulting, divorce accounting, expert testimony, fraud investigation, and government services.

About Marcum & Kliegman LLP

In addition to its core accounting, audit and tax services, Marcum & Kliegman offers a multitude of comprehensive services including SEC compliance, information technology solutions, trust and estate planning and administration, financial and investment advisement, network security, back office support, personal financial management, litigation support and forensic accounting. The Firm ranks 24th in the nation, according to Public Accounting Report, 5th largest firm in the Northeast by Practical Accountant and 1st on Long Island, according to Newsday and Long Island Business News. For more information, visit Marcum & Kliegman online or contact Gordon L. Tepper at 631-414-4020 or via e-mail.


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